Beautiful views of a condominium become the most important thing that can improve the value of the house, such as on this mid-century contemporary condominium interior design. It designed with translucent walls, doors and skylight elements. This unaltered 3,000sf condominium was purchased in 2005 by an empty-nester couple, both of whom are educators at a local University. The scope of work included a complete interior “gut-renovation”, the conversion of an exterior roof-deck into an indoor conservatory, exterior window and door replacement as well as new systems and acoustical upgrades. The design concept pays homage to the building’s mid-century ‘northwest contemporary’ architectural heritage by utilizing influences from designers of the era such as Ralph Anderson, Roland Terry and the interiors of Jean Jongeward. In addition to respecting its history, the owners desired the home to have a luminous quality, which was accommodated by the extensive use of translucent walls, doors and skylight elements.
Large window enables the daylight entering into the house on the living room, the living room also completed with a fireplace. It decorated with with white sofa and recessed lamps. While the bathroom is completed with 2 bathroom sinks with large mirror on above the sinks. I love these beautiful kitchen and special shaped table on its dining room. The kitchen also completed with pendant hanging lamps.
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